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The government said it is considering extending the temporary wage subsidy scheme for aviation workers. Fintan Towey, assistant secretary at the Department of Transport said recovery in the aviation sector was going to be slower than the rest of the economy necessitating adjustment in employment levels. The government are open to consider “further sector specific supports,” Towey said.
Consumer inflation rose 1.1 per cent in April according to the Central Statistics...
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Lawyer tells court three of Davy 16 were ‘never members’ of O’Connell Partnership
The three men say they had nothing to do with the purchase of the Anglo Irish bond from Northern Ireland developer Paddy Kearney
Route preferred by Varadkar could add €6m to cost of greenway
Key section of Dublin to Galway route held up for two years as some residents in Castleknock don’t want it to run along their back gardens
Dingle student’s story of dancer’s pandemic experience wins journalism prize
Ciara Ní Ghéibheannaigh, from Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne, was named student journalist of the year for her ’interesting and unusual story’ in the annual NewsBrands Ireland Press Pass competition